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Mar 11 2012
R.I.P :: JEAN GIRAUD aka MOEBIUS
one of the greatest of ALL time, rejoice his life and the wonder & beauty he brought to us…+)

R.I.P :: JEAN GIRAUD aka MOEBIUS

one of the greatest of ALL time, rejoice his life and the wonder & beauty he brought to us…+)

Jan 14 2012

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:: BLACK HOLE PHOTO ::

"On Wednesday, Jan. 18, astronomers, physicists and scientists from related fields will convene in Tucson, Ariz. from across the world to discuss an endeavor that only a few years ago would have been regarded as nothing less than outrageous."

"Nobody has ever taken a picture of a black hole…We are going to do just that."

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:: INTERNET ADDICTION ::

"Can a person be truly addicted to the Internet?

A new brain scan study shows not only can that be the case, but also that Internet addiction might cause the same brain changes that are seen in alcoholics and drug addicts.”

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:: ACT-CL J0102-4915 ::

"This picture of the galaxy cluster ACT-CL J0102-4915 combines images taken with ESO’s Very Large Telescope with images from the SOAR Telescope and X-ray observations from NASA’s Chandra X-ray Observatory. This newly discovered galaxy cluster has been nicknamed El Gordo - the "big" or "fat one" in Spanish. It consists of two separate galaxy subclusters colliding at several million kilometres per hour, and is so far away that its light has travelled for seven billion years to reach the Earth."

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Mar 16 2011

Junkyard Jumbotron from chris csik on Vimeo.

:: MAKE UR OWN JUNKYARD JUMBOTRON ::

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:: INTERNET CAPS ::

AT&T broadband users will soon face a cap on the amount of internet data they can download a month.

Traditional DSL users will be capped at 150 GB per month, while subscribers to the fiber-backed UVerse system have a 250-GB limit. Usage over that will be charged at $10/month for 50 GB, the company says…”

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:: 3-19 SUPERMOON ::

The tragic earthquake and tsunami in Japan Friday (March 11) set the Internet abuzz with the idea that the moon, which will be at its fullest of the year on March 19, played a role in the devastating natural disaster. 

The seed for the idea was planted by an astrologer, who contended that this large full moon – a so-called “supermoon”– would touch off natural disasters like the Japan earthquake since the moon would make its closest approach to Earth in 18 years. Scientists, however, dismissed the notion entirely and now a top NASA scientist is weighing in…”

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